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Saturday, September 23, 2017

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With every passing day, thousands of Jamb applicants bombard the internet with questions as regards Jamb application. Most of the questions asked are geared towards when the registration form would be released. Only very few do research on the steps to take before the application.
As a result of this, thousands of Jamb Applicants or University aspirants make stupid mistakes yearly. These mistakes range from choosing the wrong course to picking the  wrong school of Choice. Avoid these co In this article, I will quickly discuss the 5 Important things to do as you wait for, or before you apply for Jamb. This will help you avoid mistakes and boost your UTME score.

Avoiding Mistakes In Jamb Application

1. Be Convinced That You Want To Apply For Jamb

Are you writing Jamb based on conviction or you were forced to? be sure that you are convinced before you apply. If you are not convinced, you cannot prepare well for Jamb examination. And if you are not prepared for the exam, you are not qualified for it. Make up your mind that it is either you  pass or you pass. The reason why many students fail Jamb is that they never made up their mind completely.

2. Choose Your Course

This is another major thing to do before Jamb application. Action needs passion or it will be sanction. Your motivation gives you drive. Many persons choose a course because it is high paying or because they see their friends study the course. Many choose course in Jamb registration based on parental factor and for prestige. Choose your Jamb study course carefully.

Guide to Choosing Preferred course in Jamb Registration

  • Your passion for the course
  • Relevance of the course to the economy
  • The course should be versatile or vast
  • It should be a hot cake course.
common Jamb registration mistakes by all means.

3. Choose Your School

You hear names of like Unilag, Uniben, Ui, Uniport, Lasu, Unilorin, Abu Zaria, Auchi Poly, Laspotech and other big Universities/Polytechnics and you want to fill them as your preferred Institution of Study. It is a nice decision. But is it just because of the name? There are other factors to consider…

Guide to Choosing Your Institution of Study

  • The course content of the University
  • The reputation of the University
  • Graduate employment rate
  • The general ranking of the institution
  • The quality of facilities present in the university.
egistration mistakes by all means.

4. Learn to Avoid Stupid Mistakes in Jamb Registration

Jamb applicants proceed expressly to make certain mistakes that ruins their admission. Some of the mistakes you must avoid are strategically listed below:
  • Asking someone to register on your behalf
  • Filling the registration form carelessly
  • Mistake in date of birth
  • Choosing the wrong institution
  • Not spelling your name correctly
  • Putting a wrong Local Government Origin (LGA)
  • Putting the wrong course of study.

5. Prepare Early For Your Jamb Examination

Jamb examination date is still very far, this is the language of procrastinators. You must understand that time is flash. Early preparation is the key. Below are articles that will help you prepare for Jamb and as well boost your performance.
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CAPS: Jamb Central Admission Processing System And New 2017 Admission Method

September 23, 2017 0
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CAPS And Jamb 2017/23018 Admission Process Flow

1. After successful completion of the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) and release of results, lists of Candidates were forwarded to their First Choice Institutions.
2. JAMB thereafter requested all Institutions to use the Lists to determine their respective Cut off Marks and forward same to JAMB ahead of the Policy Meeting and programme (course). 
3. JAMB received and collated Individual Institution and programme (course)Cut Off Marks as determined by their respective Senate / Academic Board
4. Three (3) Representatives of Institutions- (Vice Chancellors / Registrars / Provosts), Registrars and Admissions Desk Officers were trained on the Central Admissions Processing System
5. Policy Meeting was held with Heads of Tertiary Institution and Regulators to determine, among others, the General Cut Off Marks for categories of institutions, based on earlier submissions of individual Cut Off marks by the Institutions.
At the meeting, which was held in Abuja on Tuesday, 22 August, 2017, the institutions decided that the lowest submissions from Institutions would also be Minimum Cut off Marks and these were 120 (for Universities) and 100 (Polytechnics, Monotechnics and Colleges of Education). It was further agreed that the Cut Off Marks as determined by each Institution’s Senate / Academic Board and submi 
6. Based on requests at the Policy Meeting, JAMB requires each Institution to reconfirm its Cut Off Marks and Sets the Cut Off Mark and other Institution specific parameters such as other Admissions Criteria (e.g. Post UTME Screening) and carrying capacity on CAPS.This is on going.
7. Institutions download (from CAPS) details of Candidates that meet the Institution’s and programme’s Cut Off Mark and had selected them as First Choice Institutions. JAMB additionally provides softcopy of the same information on CDs to Institutions tted would be maintained and applicable for Admission to the Institution.
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8. Awaiting Results Candidates upload their results to JAMB Portal
9. Institutions may conduct Post UTME Screenings for downloaded candidates
10. Results of Post UTME where applicable are uploaded to CAPS to obtain aggregate scores for the candidates
11. CAPS ranks and suggests candidates that meet the Institution’s Admissions Criteria as configured on the system by the Institution.
12. The Admissions Desk Officer of the Institution reviews the List of the Suggested Candidates and makes the decision as to which candidates to select for further processing.
The Admissions Desk Officer generates a List of Proposed Candidates for review and approval of the Head of the Institution
13. The Head of the Institution reviews the List of Proposed Candidates as appropriates and push the List of Recommended Candidates to JAMB
14. The JAMB (Admission Officer) reviews the Recommended Candidates to confirm they are from those initially sent to the Institution; met the Admissions Criteria as advertised in the brochure and as set on CAPS by the Institution, including upload of and confirm that no qualified candidate has been unjustly denied Admission.
No candidate will be considered without the upload of his/her O’Level and/or A’ Level results.
15. JAMB generates a List of Provisional Admissions
16. JAMB notifies Candidates to Accept / Reject Admission
17. Candidate Accepts / Rejects Admission on the JAMB Portal or through USSD or Short Service Code within 72hours.
18. If Candidate Accepts Provisional Admission, JAMB updates Admission Status and forwards List
of Confirmed Admissions to the Institution
19. Candidate prints Admission Letter and Proceeds to the Institution for further internal Admission
20. If Candidate Rejects Admission, s/he becomes available in the Market Place for further possible consideration for Admissions
Market Place Operations
The Market Place feature in CAPS provides flexibility for the Institutions to source for candidates who may not have earlier chosen the institution for Admission consideration. Institutions may specify various selection parameters such as UTME score, State/ Local Government, Gender, preferred programmes /course of the Candidates.
The List of Candidates so selected from the Market Place are then pushed to JAMB who then notify the Candidates of Market Place consideration by Institutions. Candidate may Accept / Reject Market Place consideration, subject to a maximum of three (3) Market Place considerations at a time.
The Candidates could also approach the Market Place to announce availability for Admission consideration from any institution or for any programme different from those earlier indicated during the UTME Registration, provided s/he has requisite O’ Level Results and wrote the required subject combination in the UTME.
Any agreement or understanding on Admission consideration between the Institution and candidate based on Market Place operations will have to be effected with a requirement for the Candidate to effect a Change of Institution on the JAMB Portal to be available for Download (Step 6 above) by the new Institution to follow the subsequent steps in the Admission Process.
It should be noted that:
The existing window for candidates to change Institution or Programme in addition to the Market Place is still available through the e-Facility.
Institutions can download (Step 6 of the Admission Process) list of additional candidates who have changed to the institutions since the last download
Admissions of candidates can be processed instantly or in batches by Institutions.
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Friday, September 22, 2017

Study in Belgium Scholarships at Katholieke Universiteit in Flanders – Apply!

September 22, 2017 0

Study in Belgium Scholarships at Katholieke Universiteit in Flanders – Apply!

The Development Co-operation (IRO), a branch of the University council at Katholieke Universiteit in Flanders is offering scholarships to international students to undertake their degree program in the institution.
The programme is managed by IRO, the University’s Interfaculty Council for Development Cooperation. The aim is to give students the opportunity to do their full PhD research at KU Leuven; therefore, other types of agreement (e.g. sandwich programmes) are excluded from the programme.
All students from any Developing Country are welcome to apply. The university management has stipulated that all online applications take place on or before 13th November 2017, for the program beginning 1st October 2018.
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This scholarships covers Tuition fee, Health and Life Insurances, partner and child allowances, monthly stipend, travel.
Duration Of Scholarship: 
  • PhD: 48 months (4 years)
  • Pre-doctoral programme: 12 extra months (1 year)
Application: Interested applicants must follow the application procedure and complete his file before November 13th 2017. Please make sure to fill up the application form with the following instructions:
Also Read: 10 Things You Should Really Ask A University,
  1. First name and last name EXACTLY as written on the passport.
  2. Status: Doctoral Programme (diploma contract) or Predoctoral programme.
  3. Academic year: If you apply between September and October 2017, you must select 2017-2018; we will change this manually once the call for applications for 2018-2019 opens. Starting from November 2017, you must select 2018-2019.
  4. Is this application also intended as a scholarship application? Yes.
  5. Name of the scholarship agency: IRO Doctoral Scholarship
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September 22, 2017 0


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Candidates for the 2017/2018 Pre-Admission Screening Exercise should take note of the following:
1.    The test would hold online, real time.  Candidates should be mindful of the type of Cybercafe they patronize.
2.    Schedules for the test are:

Friday, 29th of September, 2017
All candidates who applied through UTME for: -

  1. Marketing
  2. Public Administration
  3. Purchasing and Supply
Saturday, 30th of September, 2017
All candidates who applied through UTME for: -

  1. Accountancy
  2. Banking and Finance
  3. Business Administration
Sunday, 1st of October, 2017
All candidates who applied through UTME for: -

  1. Civil Engineering Technology
  2. Electrical/Electronic Engineering Technology
  3. Mineral Resources and Petroleum Engineering Technology
  4. Metallurgical Engineering Technology
  5. Mechanical Engineering Technology
  6. Welding and Fabrication Technology
  7. Agricultural and Bio-Environmental Engineering Technology
  8. Mass Communication
  9. Computer Science
  10. Office Technology and Management

Monday 2nd of October, 2017
All candidates who applied through UTME for: -

  1. Agricultural Technology
  2. Science Laboratory Technology
  3. Statistics
  4. Hospitality Management
  5. Leisure and Tourism
  6. Architectural Technology
  7. Building Technology
  8. Estate Management
  9. Quantity Surveying
  10. Surveying and Geo-informatics
  11. Urban and Regional Planning
  12. Transportation Management Planning
Tuesday, 3rd of October, 2017
All candidates who applied for HND (Full Time) and Part Time) in the following programmes:-

  1. Accountancy
  2. Banking and Finance
  3. Business Administration

Wednesday, 4th of October, 2017
All candidates who applied for HND (Full Time) and Part Time) in the following programmes:-

  1. Marketing
  2. Public Administration
  3. Purchasing and Supply

Thursday, 5th of October, 2017
All candidates who applied for HND (Full Time) and Part Time) in the following programmes:-

  1. Civil Engineering Technology
  2. Electrical/Electronic Engineering Technology
  3. Metallurgical Engineering Technology
  4. Mechanical Engineering Technology
  5. Mining Engineering Technology
  6. Agricultural and Bio-Environmental Engineering Technology
  7. Mechanical Engineering Technology
  8. Computer Science
  9. Office Technology and Management

Friday, 6th of October, 2017
All candidates who applied for HND (Full Time) and Part Time) in the following programmes:-

  1. Science Laboratory Technology
  2. Statistics
  3. Hospitality Management
  4. Architectural Technology
  5. Building Technology
  6. Estate Management
  7. Quantity Surveying
  8. Surveying and Geo-informatics
  9. Urban and Regional Planning

Akewusola  L.
Director, IICT
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September 22, 2017 0


The University of Benin (UNIBEN) Admission Screening Exercise for 2017/2018 Academic Session; to be conducted by UNIBEN CONSULT NIGERIA LIMITED, has been rescheduled to take place between 28th September, 2017 and 10th October, 2017 in designated centres within the Ugbowo Campus of the University.  The Screening Exercise shall be conducted using the Computer Based Test (CBT) mode.  All candidates are expected to be seated, latest one hour before the stipulated time for their screening exercise.
PLEASE NOTE:  Only candidates who applied through JAMB for the 2017/2018 UTME Admission and chose University of Benin as First Choice and scored 200 and above are eligible for this Screening Exercise.
METHOD OF APPLICATION:All applications should be made between 8.00am 30th August 2017 and Midnight 23rd September 2017. 
The procedure for the 2017/2018 Admission Screening application is as follows:
Candidates are advised to have a valid e-mail account before starting the application process.
  2. Click onStudent Portal
  3. Click onRegister for application at the top left of the display page to proceed.
  4. Enter yourSurname exactly as written on the JAMB Registration slip and your JAMB Registration Number immediately, your ID and Password will be displayed on the browser.
  5. On the click on ‘Login’ (top right of front page).
  6. Enter your Username and the password to login.
  7. To start the application process, please click on‘Application record’, provide all required information   and upload your passport photograph.
  8. Uploada RECENT and CLEAR “1×1” COLOUR PASSPORT PHOTOGRAPH WITH RED BACKGROUND IN JPEG FORMAT ONLY.  Great care should also be taken to follow the specified formats on the UNIBEN website and portal. NOTE that the photograph uploaded will be the only valid ID for all admitted candidates throughout their stay in the University of Benin.  FAILURE TO UPLOAD THE SPECIFIED PASSPORT PHOTOGRAPH WILL LEAD TO DISQUALIFICATION and failure/forfeiture of admission.
  9. To pay for the Application, click on“Add online payment ticket” at the bottom of the page, then click on “Pay Via Remita” on the top left corner of the page, follow the instruction to pay the application fee of  N 2,000:00; (The fee excludes other charges), the admission screening exercise past questions for N1,500:00 (optional); excluding Services charges with a valid ATM-Enabled Card from any Commercial Bank in Nigeria
  10. A link is displayed “Download past questions to practice upon successful payment.
  11. Preview and confirm your information before submitting your application online.  (No correction will be accepted after the closing date).
  12. Go back online on the appointed date to print out the acknowledgement slip that contains your specific screening schedule.
The grouping of courses for Screening.
Management Sciences
Education – Social Sciences
Education – Management Sciences
Mathematics and Economics
Environmental Science
Physical Sciences
Education – Physical Sciences
Technical Education
Basic Medical Sciences
Life Sciences
Education Life Sciences
Education Arts
Candidates should go back on-line on 25th September, 2017 to check for their specific Day, Venue and Time for the Screening
NOTE that GSM phones and calculators are NOT allowed.Closing Date:Application website closes by 23rd September 2017 (i.e. all applications must be concluded online not later than 23rd September 2017).  Candidates, who pay after the deadline of Midnight 23rd September 2017 will not be Screened.

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Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Let us solve all your calculations and show you the steps for easy understanding

September 19, 2017 0

A platform that solves and simplifies all calculations and provides a step by step guide on how the calculation was solved right up till the final answer.

For many students across all levels, solving calculations is always a nightmare. They struggle to grasp mathematical concepts in class and still get stuck easily when attempting to solve problems on their own. It even gets more serious for engineering or science students whose courses involve rigorous calculations. To worsen the case, there are very limited places these students could turn to for help.

The desire to solve these challenges led Idoko Nicholas Chinazom, a 21 year old first-class graduate of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, to build “The Nickzom Empire” as a one-stop platform for solving calculations. It employs a watered-down approach and explains every step involved in solving calculations across several subjects and disciplines.

The Nickzom Empire ( consists of four different platforms which are:

Nickzom Calculator
- Nickzom Society
- Nickzom Freelance
- Nickzom Developer

Nickzom Calculator ( is a web, mobile and desktop platform that solves calculation problems and display the steps
of the solution right to the final answer.

Now imagine you have a calculation to solve and you do not know how to go about it or you have read your textbook and seen how the problem was solved but you cannot seem to solve any of the problem. It is because of situations like this that Nickzom Calculator is here. All you need to do is to go to our website or download our desktop or mobile app, click on the
title of the topic, navigate to the page where you can input your parameters, enter your parameters and hit enter. Nickzom Calculator would immediately display the steps on how the problem was solved till the final answer with appropriate explanations at each point.

Nickzom Calculator covers calculation problems ranging from Mathematics, Physics, Engineering and Switches (Conversions).

The Mathematics section can solve over 28 topics major calculation problems. For Example: surd, statistics, compound and simple interest, permutation and combination, longitude and latitude, binomial series, algebraic identities, sine, cosine and tangent rule, linear, quadratic, simultaneous and polynomial equations, indices, logarithm, factorial, arithmetic and geometric progression, complex numbers, matrices,
mensuration, partial fraction, pre-algebra, prime numbers, Pythagoras theorem, vectors and so much more.

The Physics section can solve over 20 major topics calculation problems. For Example: elasticity, electric field, electrolysis, electromagnetic field, energy quantization, equilibrium, gas laws, gravitational field, heat energy, machines, magnetic field, motion, pressure, projectile, radioactivity, simple A.C. circuit, vector resultant, waves, wave-particle behavior, work, energy and power.

The Engineering section can solve over 10 major topics calculation problems. For Example: basic electrical, basic electronics, calculus, economics, Laplace transform, linear algebra, linear programming, mechanics, microwave analysis and ordinary differential equation.

The Switches (Conversion) section can solve conversion techniques in 3 major areas such as base conversions, coordinate conversions and temperature unit conversions.

If you have any problem that you want Nickzom Calculator to solve for you that is not already in our platform. Please contact us or fill the form by
clicking on the “Let us help you solve that maths” banner.

Nickzom Society ( platform allows secondary and tertiary students to post and answer assignments. It also has an instant messaging feature that enables users to communicate amongst each other.

Nickzom Freelance ( platform provides a feature for one to order for a web, mobile or desktop application to be developed for him or her at a reasonable price.

Nickzom Developer ( platform is a web application primarily for developers who can write HTML and JavaScript program to develop an app that can solve calculation problems not available in Nickzom Calculator and get paid.

The Nickzom Empire is free and available to use by any and every one all around the globe.

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